The Fort Shopping Centre
Grand Union Studios W10
The Shipping Building, Hayes
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ISO 9001 accreditation retained
Mothercare, Monks Cross
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Do you need a Party Wall Surveyor?
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If your project might involve party walls, or you think your neighbour is carrying out work unlawfully to a dividing wall or structure, our surveyors can help. From simple domestic alterations to multi-million pound retail reconstruction, we have dealt with an extensive range of cases covering most UK building types. We receive ongoing Party Wall updates through the Pyramus &Thisbe club, so you can be assured of up-to-the-minute advice in a rapidly changing field.
But what is a Party Wall?
A party wall is a wall used by more than one ‘owner’. Your property has a party wall if:
In England and Wales, construction work on party walls is regulated by the ‘Party Wall etc. Act 1996’. The Act applies for both residential and commercial buildings. It states that if you (the ‘Building Owner’) want to make changes to a party wall, you should notify your neighbour (the ‘Adjoining Owner’) in writing. Otherwise, they may be able to stop your work from taking place.
Your neighbour can then either consent to the proposed work or dissent. If they dissent, or do not reply within 14 days being served the notice, you and your neighbour can either:
In the second situation, the 2 surveyors will appoint a third surveyor, in case any disputes arise.
Most significant work to a party wall, such as structural alterations, falls under the Act. In addition, the Act applies where a wall nearby a neighbour’s land is affected by excavations, even if the wall does not form a border with the neighbour’s land.
For an explanatory leaflet on Party Walls, click here.
For more information speak to Tracey Behrakis on 01727 790901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.